Lessons on the one true church
Her tiny cabin was part of an old Methodist campground, a fact that delighted her to no end. When it came to other religions, she had a sharp and amused tongue.
Learning trust at Rutba House
Opening ourselves to others takes time. But love is a prisoner who stays up all night with a sharpened toothbrush, working away at a crack in the wall.
Archbishop Cyril Karim
"On my first visit to the United States, someone asked when I converted to Christianity. I told him 2,000 years ago."
Alternatives to the common lectionary
The RCL includes a few "optional" readings, to be subbed in as needed. Of course, it's all optional—and there are other lectionaries out there.
Willimon’s novel about the church
"Fiction wasn't that big a leap for me," says Will Willimon. "We preachers are all 'artists' in the same sense that the gospel writers were."
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